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MS 2030 
Moscow, ID
83844-2030

Phone: 208-885-6524

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Hazardous Materials Management and Disposal Policies and Procedures

EMERGENCY RESPONSE PROCEDURES SUMMARY

PREFACE 

PART 100 - INTRODUCTION

.01 Purpose and Scope
.10 Individual Responsibilities
.20 EHS Personnel Responsibilities
.30 Regulatory Background
.40 University Facilities Located Outside of Moscow

PART 200 - HAZARDOUS WASTE DEFINITIONS

.01 Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Hazardous Waste Definitions
.10 EPA Criteria for Defining Characteristic Hazardous Wastes
.20 EPA Listed Hazardous Wastes

PART 300 - "NON-REGULATED" AND MISCELLANEOUS HAZARDOUS MATERIALS 

.01 "Non-regulated" Discarded Chemicals
.10 Universal Wastes
.12 Cathode Ray Tubes (CRTs)
.13 Electronic Equipment
.15 Spent Lead-Acid Batteries
.20 Used Oil
.25 Antifreeze 
.30 Unknown Materials
.40 Compressed Gas Cylinders (e.g. Lecture Bottles)
.45 Aerosol Cans
.50 Controlled Substances
.60 Photography and Darkroom Chemicals
.70 Hazardous Household and Commercial Commodities

PART 400 - HAZARDOUS MATERIALS DISPOSAL PROCEDURES 

.01 General
.05 Unacceptable Hazardous Materials Management Practices
.10 Special Accumulation and Packaging Instructions
.20 Hazardous Materials Container Selection
.30 Accumulation and Storage
.40 Chemical Waste Disposal Request Completion Procedures
.50 Hazardous Materials Collection by EHS
.55 Hazardous Waste Inventory
.60 Used Oil Disposal Procedures
.70 Lead-Acid Battery Recycling/Disposal 
.80 Universal Waste Handling Procedures 
.90 Hazardous Household/Consumer Commodities Disposal Procedures

PART 500 - HAZARDOUS WASTE MINIMIZATION PRACTICES 

.01 General
.10 Legal Requirements
.20 Hazardous Waste Minimization Methods
.30 Receiving Research Samples of Hazardous Materials

PART 600 - SPECIAL HAZARD INFORMATION 

Subpart A - Hazardous Materials Recognition

.01 General
.10 Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDSs)
.20 Published Reference Materials
.30 Personal Protection and Safety Equipment

Subpart B - Reactive Materials

.01 General
.05 Water Reactive Materials
.10 Shock Sensitive Materials
.15 Air Reactive (Pyrophoric) Materials
.20 Highly Toxic Materials
.25 Spontaneously Combustible Materials
.30 Explosion/Deflagration Hazard
.35 Peroxide Forming Materials
.40 Oxidizing Materials
.45 Polymerizable Materials
.50 Obnoxiously Odiferous Materials
.55 Lachrymators

Subpart C - Chemical Storage and Incompatibility

.01 General
.10 Chemical Storage Guidelines

Subpart D - Hazardous Materials Spill and Incident Response

.01 General
.10 Quantity of Material
.20 Physical Characteristics
.30 Health Hazards
.40 Spill Location
.50 Training
.60 Personal Protective and Spill Response Equipment
.70 Summary

PART 700 - HAZARDOUS MATERIALS SHIPPING/TRANSPORTATION PROCEDURES 

.01 General
.10 Procedures for Shipping/Transporting Hazardous Materials

PART 800 - SECURING AND ACCOUNTING OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS

.01 General
.10 Procedures for Securing and Accounting of Hazardous Materials

APPENDIX A - ACUTE HAZARDOUS WASTE (PDF

APPENDIX B - TOXIC HAZARDOUS WASTE (PDF

LIST OF TABLES

Table 1 - Maximum Concentration of Contaminants for the Toxicity Characteristic
Table 2 - Special Accumulation and Packaging Instructions 


Contact Us

Mailing Address:
875 Perimeter Dr
MS 2030 
Moscow, ID
83844-2030

Phone: 208-885-6524

Fax: 208-885-5969

Email: safety@uidaho.edu

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